UPDATES ~ Southern Ca. Wildfires
1 UPDATES ~ Southern Ca. Wildfires on Wed Dec 06, 2017 11:42 am
3 Re: UPDATES ~ Southern Ca. Wildfires on Thu Dec 07, 2017 9:36 am
60,000 acres, 70 square miles with zero percent containment: Thomas fire driven by ferocious Santa Ana winds approaches downtown Ventura
The explosive Thomas fire driven by ferocious Santa Ana winds has now devastated nearly 60,000 acres, 70 square miles with zero percent containment by Tuesday evening.
Multiple homes in the area of Scenic Way Drive in Ventura could be seen burning from the air. In downtown Ventura, the Hawaiian Village apartment complex was engulfed in flames according to abc7.
More than 7,000 homes in Ventura County were under mandatory evacuation as the blaze closed in on downtown Ventura, where multiple structures were reportedly burning.
Fire officials said 27,000 people were evacuated from their residences.
California Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency, freeing state funds and resources to assist the more than 1,000 firefighters battling to save homes from the conflagration.
“This fire is very dangerous and spreading rapidly, but we’ll continue to attack it with all we’ve got,” Brown said in a statement.
“It’s critical residents stay ready and evacuate immediately if told to do so.”
There were no immediate reports of fatalities from the blaze but KABC-TV reported that one person was killed in a car crash while fleeing the area.
“Due to the intensity of the fire, crews are having trouble making access and there are multiple reports of structures on fire,” officials said on Ventura County’s emergency management website.
More than 250,000 homes were without power, utilities said.
All schools in the Ventura Unified School District were closed.
The Thomas Fire was the largest of several large blazes that broke out across Southern California following the onset of the Santa Ana winds.
According to Reuters, in the San Fernando Valley north of Los Angeles, the so-called Creek Fire had blackened more than 11,000 acres and forced the evacuation of 2,500 homes and a convalescent centre north of Interstate 210.
Thanks to: http://www.thebigwobble.org
4 Re: UPDATES ~ Southern Ca. Wildfires on Thu Dec 07, 2017 1:10 pm
California Firestorms: Geoengineered CatastropheDecember 6, 2017 2 Comments
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Yet another round of extreme firestorm catastrophes are hitting California. Like the recent Santa Rosa fire disaster , the current wildfires are verifiably connected to conditions created by the ongoing global climate engineering assault . The geoengineering cabal is becoming more desperate by the day as the biosphere and climate unraveling accelerates exponentially . The 6 minute video below reveals aspects of the climate engineering assault and its connection to the California firestorms.
Though many have been falsely led to believe that last winters rain in California erased and eliminated the drought, this could not be further from the truth. Last summer was the hottest and driest on record in countless locations of the US west.The following quote is from the Los Angeles fire department chief:
Geoengineering operations are not only completely cutting off precipitation from the US West and destroying the ozone layer globally, the desiccant particulates from the fallout create an incendiary dust that coats foliage and structures.Los Angeles Fire Chief: “Brush burning index is 296. This is the highest number I've ever seen in my career. The threshold for this rating is 165. Monday I said that to the Mayor, this is the highest rating I'd ever seen.”
Below are two shocking photos from the current Southern California fires.
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Thanks to: http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org
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